AB 1181 read on Senate floor second time. Next step: third reading and vote.

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On August 20 Assembly Bill 1181, which would modify reporting requirements by those charities receiving specific donated medicine and supplies, was ‘read’ on the Senate floor a second time.

Second reading took place one day after bill was moved out of the Senate Appropriations committee.

As I explained yesterday, the next step is the third reading which will involve a vote of the full Senate.

If approved by the Senate, the bill goes back to the Assembly. They can accept the changes or negotiate a resolution of the slightly different bills each chamber approved.

Comment posted at the legislature’s web site on 8/20/19:

Read second time. Ordered to third reading.

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